Product Documentation

Editing Profiles

Dec 17, 2015

After you create an initial profile and target, use the profiler to modify and maintain the profile. For example, to make applications available to more user devices, add targets to a profile that match additional and unique combinations of target criteria. For example, you can add separate targets for English, French, German, and Japanese language-based operating systems.

Use the profiler to add new targets, delete targets or folders from a profile, delete old profiles, and resolve invalid shortcuts or target conflicts.

Note: For steps to revert back to an older version of a profile, see

To modify the profile properties, with the profile open in the profiler, select the profile name, and from the Edit menu, select Profile Properties.

Profiles have the following properties:

  • Information. Contains general properties, which are the name, description, location, size, and creation and modification dates of a profile.
  • Applications. Lists the settings of all applications from all targets and their availability.
  • File Types. Lists the file types registered for the applications in the profile.
  • Linked Profiles (visible for profiles set up for inter-isolation communication only). Lists the individual profiles included in the linked profile.
  • User Profile Security. Specifies type of security enabled for the profile.
  • Pre-launch Analysis. Enables the profile to examine the user device for the existence of required applications, files, or registry entries before streaming the application.
  • Pre-launch and Post-exit Scripts. Adds scripts to run prior to and following the execution of applications in the target.